Budget 2023, dubbed the ‘cost of living’ budget, will be presented on Tuesday, 27 September
This Budget is expected to include a tax package of just over €1 billion focusing on measures to tackle inflation and the increasing cost of living. It will also focus on the longer-term challenges around housing, public health services, and the climate crisis.
Shannon Chamber, in conjunction with Grant Thornton, will host an evening in The Radisson Blu Hotel in Limerick on 27 September, commencing at 5.30pm. A panel of experts from Grant Thornton will review the impact the Budget measures will have on business and also address the wider economic impact of Budget 2023.
Given that sustainability has evolved from an environmentally focused discipline to a key driver of business strategy, this evening will also feature a panel discussion, facilitated by sustainability professional Barry Gavin. The panel, listed below, will share insights on their sustainability journeys and experiences in their businesses:
- David Keating, Director at Ei Electronics
- Ed Roycroft, Technical Director at Chemifloc Ltd.
- Niamh Harte, Sales and Marketing Manager, Tekelek Group
We hope you can join us for what promises to be an informative session.
About the Panellists
Niamh Harte is sales and marketing manager at Tekelek Group. Harte has been in her role with Tekelek for seven years and has a background specializing in market research, marketing campaigns and business development, particularly in the industrial IoT sector. Tekelek is a manufacturer of products to measure and report the level of liquids in domestic and commercial tanks. The company provides hardware solutions for the control and transmission of level and condition measurements for a variety of applications. These devices can be monitored/controlled using hardwired or wireless technologies incorporating GSM, Broadband, ISM band or LoRaWAN and LTE CAT-M1/NB-IoT communication techniques. Tekelek has deployed more than 5 million tank monitors across six continents.
David Keating is a Director of Ei Electronics in Shannon.
With turnover in excess of €350 million and over 1,100 employees Ei is one of Shannon’s largest employers.
He has direct responsibility for the areas of Manufacturing Technology and Facilities Management.
David is part of Ei’s Steering Group to be Net Zero Carbon by 2030.
Dr Ed Roycroft, Technical Director at Chemifloc Ltd.
An industrial chemist with over 30 years’ experience in the Pharmachem industry in Ireland and UK, Dr. Roycroft is Technical Director at Chemifloc since 2012. He has initiated energy reduction projects at Chemifloc capturing energy generated by chemical processes at Shannon and Foynes sites. One project was nominated for SEAI Energy awards in 2021.
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